The Critique Round

6 Mar

Critiquing is a very important part of improving your owcar writing. Giving constructive critiques to others can help you improve your own writing.

Giving the right kind of critique takes some effort and thoughtfulness. If you’re taking the time to give someone feedback on their creative writing, either in a class, a writing group, or one-on-one, you want to give feedback that will help that writer develop his or her strengths. And in doing so, you’ll be developing both your critical thinking skills and your skills as a writer, too.

For our next activity of the group, we are going to do a critique round. All the members have to send a piece of writing to us and by the end of the week we will post them up on the next interactive session where all the members are supposed to post constructive critiques on each others’ works. The person to give the most constructive critiques will receive a copy of the present issue of Miracle e-zine.

We have also noticed that some members have repeatedly missed some activities and interactive sessions, so we have decided to give their place to new members. If you have not been an active member of the group till now, then this activity is your chance to keep your place in the group!


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